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Oral Tradition and the InternetPathways of the Mind$
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John Miles Foley

Print publication date: 2012

Print ISBN-13: 9780252037184

Published to Illinois Scholarship Online: April 2017

DOI: 10.5406/illinois/9780252037184.001.0001

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Nodes in Alphabetical Order

Nodes in Alphabetical Order

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(p.31) Nodes in Alphabetical Order (p.32)
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Oral Tradition and the Internet
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John Miles Foley

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University of Illinois Press
DOI:10.5406/illinois/9780252037184.003.0008

This chapter contains the core of the oral tradition/Internet technology discussions, listed in alphabetical order albeit the reader is free to create their own node-sequences as they please. The myriad topics here cover various areas of the three agoras and can range from anecdotal insights into verbal marketplaces to more comprehensive definitions of the terms and concepts used in the Pathways Project to discussions and divergences of networking among the three Agoras to reintroductions of familiar topics cast in a new light. Alongside these are further articles relating to the Pathways Project and its website proper. It must be noted, however, that, as a previous chapter has indicated, the nodes here are subject to the limitations of the tAgora, and that the website contains further and continually updated information for those who have exhausted the insights presented in this chapter.

Keywords:   oral tradition, Internet technology, tAgora, eAgora, oAgora, verbal marketplaces, Pathways Project

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